Rehab Burger Therapy: The best thing about this fun, beach-themed restaurant (from three former Oregano's execs) is that its satisfying burgers come in two sizes. 7210 E. 2nd St. | 480-621-5358 |

Brat Haüs: At this lively gastropub, pairing your lunch of housemade sausages, German specialties, or house-pickled fare with one of about 70 kinds of beer pretty much goes without saying. 3622 N. Scottsdale Road |480-947-4006 |

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Desert Cactus Renewal Facial at Joya: This 50-minute, prickle-free treatment ($149 and up) uses aloe vera, Queen of the Night Cactus, and clay to strengthen skin. 4949 E. Lincoln Drive | 480-627-3020 |

Firesky Stone Massage at Jurlique: With the promise of relieving stress and tension by way of warm basalt and chakra stones, this 90-minute treatment ($180) is said to bring a sense of balance. 4925 N. Scottsdale Road | 480-424-6072 |

Nail Art Manicure at Terés: Grab a pic of the coolest nail art you've seen (for inspo, see Chloë Moretz and Zooey Deschanel) and take it to this nail bar, where you can add flourishes to your gel mani ($35) for an extra $4 per nail. 7120 E. Indian School Road | 480-499-4901 |

Crushed Pearl Pedicure at Spa Avania: After a floral foot soak, feet are exfoliated with pearls, and the hourlong treatment ($95) concludes with illuminating crushed pearl concentrate. 7500 E. Doubletree Ranch Road | 480-482-5558 |

Adobe Clay Wrap at The Spa at Camelback Inn: Exfoliating and detoxifying clay is applied to the body, while a deep conditioner is applied to the hair, during this hourlong Native American treatment ($165). 5402 E. Lincoln Drive | 480-596-7040 |


Coach House: The dean of day-drinking dives, this half-century-old hub of debauchery is where you go to tipple with both hard-boozing townies and slumming 30K millionaires. 7011 E. Indian School Road | 480-990-3433 |

Los Olivos Mexican Patio: For a taste of vintage Scottsdale, this Mexican restaurant is one of the best places to kick back for an afternoon of tequila sipping or knocking back a margarita or two. 7328 E. 2nd St. | 480-946-2256 |

Closing Soon Saloon: Leave your pretensions at the door of this beer-and-a-shot hole in the wall. 3056 N. 68th St. | 480-947-6778

Papago Brewing Co.: This tavern services both beer snobs and casual drinkers. 7107 E. McDowell Road 480-425-7439 |

The Lodge: Chef Aaron May's pub resembles a cozy ski lodge where day-drinkers can while away the afternoon with a honey brown house ale or any of the 15 other brews available. 4422 N. 75th St. | 480-945-0828 |


W Scottsdale: Look up from the entryway at the W, and you'll get a sneak peek at swimmers in the WET pool directly above. 7277 E. Camelback Road | 480-970-2100 |

Hotel Valley Ho: This storied historic hotel, designed by Edward L. Varney, retains an unmistakable mid-century charm throughout, though its lobby is an especially lovely place to see and be seen. 6850 E. Main St. | 480-248-2000 |

Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa: We couldn't blame you for holing up in Sanctuary's lobby for a game of spot-a-celeb, as Beyoncé and Jay Z reportedly honeymooned at the resort. 5700 E. McDonald Drive | 800-245-2051 |

The Saguaro: This colorful Palm Springs cousin recently had new art installed throughout its public spaces, so stay on the lookout for pieces from Sarah Hurwitz and Geoffrey Gersten when you stop in for a margarita. 4000 N. Drinkwater Blvd. | 877-808-2440 |

Hyatt Gainey Ranch: Do date night right with live music at the hotel's indoor/outdoor lobby bar, Center Stage, complete with fountains and fireplaces. 7500 E. Doubletree Ranch Road | 480-444-1234 |


Cactus League Spring Training: The Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies use Salt River Fields as their spring training grounds, while Scottsdale Stadium is home to the San Francisco Giants. 7555 N. Pima Road and 7408 E. Osborn Road, respectively |

Parada del Sol: Bucking wild since 1956, this nationally televised rodeo at WestWorld of Scottsdale is a springtime must-see. 16601 N. Pima Road |

Waste Management Open: The PGA Tour's largest event, at TPC Scottsdale, is inseparable from the party scene it brings to Scottsdale via heavy day-drinking and live entertainment at the Coors Light Birds Nest. January 27 through February 2, 2014 | 17020 N. Hayden Road | 480-585-4334 |

Scottsdale Polo Championships: Horsing around gets real and regal at WestWorld of Scottsdale's annual tournament where big hats are a must. 16601 N. Pima Road |

Tour de Scottsdale: Each fall, cyclists hit the pavement in either the 70- or 30-mile ride starting at DC Ranch. 20645 N. Pima Road |


Mabel's on Main: Handcrafted cocktails like the Pimm's Cup and the Old Fashioned are at your fingertips at this grand, retro-tastic establishment. 7018 E. Main St. | 480-889-5580 |

AZ88: This lively, late-night establishment's cocktail program includes top-notch classics like the Moscow Mule and a Brandy Alexander made with Häagen-Dazs ice cream. 7353 E. Scottsdale Mall | 480-994-5576 |

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Chuck Klee
Chuck Klee

Bunch a stuck up cunts in Snobbsdale.